Birds’ Eyes (Gilia tricolor) Annual
This highly-prolific yet delicate annual wildflower produces hundreds of tiny ½” lavender and white florets with golden throats. Chocolate-scented blooms on bushy, ferny upright stems are loved by pollinators. Gilia Tricolor is beautiful in gardens, boarders, and containers. Succession planting ensures blossoms throughout the growing season. Note longer germination period than most flowers.
- 100 seeds minimum
- Germination: 14-21 days
- Direct sow seeds in full sun 3-4 weeks before last frost date.
- Press scattered seeds gently into soil, do not cover. Moist soil and light are required for successful germination.
- Favors well drained soil.
- Space 18-24" apart.